Advertisements I'm getting married this weekend and my spouse-to-be has instructed me to upgrade my 40 hour TiVo with a bigger HD to increase our capacity since I just had DISH installed over the weekend and we'll be recording a lot of TV. I'd like to install a 500 GB HD in my single tuner model and I've researched and have decided I'm going to copy everything on my current HD to the new one using msftools. I grew up in the DOS era so I'm very comfortable using the command prompt line provided that msftools tells me the correct commands to use. In my research, I've read a lot of weaKnees stuff and they strongly suggest using Seagate DB35 drives, but those drives from their site are about $100 more than the going price for a 500 gig HD right now. In order to guarantee the best out of my new hard drive, is it important or does it matter to get a HD that's specifically made for DVR usage? A lot of HD prices on Newegg are tempting right now and if Tivo accepts any IDE drive, does it matter which brand I get? So what does everyone think? Is the weaKnees DB35 a bunch of FUD?